The Garry Pentland Summer School established last year is to continue the Gortin man’s legacy next month when it unveils a plaque on Crownarad Mountain in County Donegal in memory of 12 Second World War aircrew. They perished in a crash north-west of Killybegs just two months before Germany’s unconditional surrender on May 7, 1945 […]
The MS Adonia is the first ship in the P&O/Carnival fleet to come to Killybegs. We look forward to welcoming passengers and crew to Killybegs. Carnival are the largest cruise operator in the world and no doubt reports about Killybegs will go back to head office after their visit here. Congratulations must be extended to […]
We are delighed to announce the launch of Pat Conaghan’s new book entitled St. Columba’s Industrial School & Boatyard Killybegs. This is Pat Conaghan’s fourth book on local history and sets out in detail how St. Columba’s Industrial School, Killybegs was founded.
It looks into the background to the establishment of the school, the search […]
On 21st July 2014 the cruise ship MS Prisendam visited Killybegs. With 820 passengers and 420 crew, Killybegs Information Center were on hand to welcome the visitors to Killybegs and to ensure that they experienced all the best that the area has to offer. On arrival in Killybegs the visitors were invited to the […]